compliance

  1. acting according to certain accepted standards
  2. happy friendly agreement
  3. a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others
  4. the act of submitting; usually surrendering power to another

compliance

Type: Term Pronunciation: kom-plī′ants Definitions: 1. A measure of the distensibility of a chamber expressed as a change in volume per unit change in pressure. 2. The consistency and accuracy with which someone follows the regimen prescribed by a physician or other health professional. 3. A measure of the ease with which a structure or ...
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Compliance

Is the area or the process which has responsibility for firm and employee adherence to the rules and regulations which govern the broker/dealer business. This includes but is not limited to The Powers and Authorities for the firm's position taking and trading limits, guidelines indicated in the employee compliance handbook, registrations, continuin...
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Compliance

Accurately following the government's rules on Medicare billing system requirements and other federal or state regulations. A compliance program is a self-monitoring system of checks and balances to ensure that an organization consistently complies with applicable laws relating to its business activities. (See also Fraud, FBI, OIG, and DOJ)
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Compliance

Procedures undertaken at regular intervals or on an on-going basis to ensure internal and external controls and regulations are complied with.
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compliance

[n] - happy friendly agreement
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Compliance

The duty to comply with laws and agreed standards regarding both organisational policies and practices.
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Compliance

is meeting the required standards, specifications, procedures or law
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Compliance

Literally, the act of complying with rules and regulations.In the financial markets,... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/compliance.htm?id=284&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of compliance'>more</a>
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Compliance

Anything to do with following laws, regulations, standards or internal procedures....more on Compliance
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Compliance

The displacement caused by a unit force applied to a spring or structural component. It is the reciprocal of stiffness (Units m/N). AcousticsThe springiness of the system. A higher value means softer. whereC = compliance [m6kg-1]V = volume [m3]? = ratio of specific heats?0 = density of the gas [kgm-3...
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compliance

In economics in the UK, abiding by the terms of the Financial Services Act 1986. Companies undertaking any form of investment business are regulated by the act and must fulfil their obligations to...
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compliance

The requirement to operate in accordance with statutory or regulatory guidelines. In the financial services industry, the most important compliance rules come from the Financial Services Authority in the UK and the Securities and Exchange Commission in the US. Most financial services companies have compliance teams whose role is to ensure that the ...
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Compliance

Com·pli'ance noun [ See Comply .] 1. The act of complying; a yielding; as to a desire, demand, or proposal; concession; submission. « What compliances will remove dissension? Swift. » « Ready compliance with the wishes of his people. Macaula...
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compliance

A physical quality of yielding to pressure or force without disruption, or an expression of the measure of the ability to do so, as an expression of the distensibility of an air- or fluid-filled organ, e.g., the lung (lung compliance) or the bladder, in terms of unit of volume change per unit of pressure change. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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compliance

noun happy friendly agreement
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compliance

(kәm-pli´әns) implementation by the patient of the therapeutic plan that has been established. the quality of yielding to pressure or force without disruption. a measurement of the ability to expand under pressure and not become disrupted, applied to the distensibility of an air- or ...
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Compliance

• (n.) The act of complying; a yielding; as to a desire, demand, or proposal; concession; submission. • (n.) A disposition to yield to others; complaisance.
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Compliance

[psychology] Compliance refers to a response — specifically, a submission — made in reaction to a request. The request may be explicit (i.e., foot-in-the-door technique) or implicit (i.e., advertising). The target may or may not recognize that he or she is being urged to act in a particular way. Social psychology is centered on the idea...
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compliance

Following applicable rules or laws.
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compliance

Compliance refers to the ability to reasonably ensure conformity and adherence to organization policies, plans, procedures, laws, regulations, and contracts....
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compliance

The capability of the software product to adhere to standards, conventions or regulations in laws and similar prescriptions. [ISO 9126]...
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compliance

reciprocal of stiffness
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compliance

quotient of the reproducing stylus tip displacement by the force applied to that same point which generated the displacement, expressed in millimetres per newton NOTE - Both vertical and horizontal compliances can be stated.
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Compliance

Publicly acting in accord with a direct request.
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